Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Book Review: The Usurper - Cliff Ball

Book Review: The Usurper - Cliff Ball (Fiction, Thriller, Political Intrigue)



The KGB plots the demise of the United States with various schemes of planned childbirths, planting operatives as college presidents, professors, newspaper editors, and politicians. Some are willing participants while some are blackmailed.

The author ties real events in America's history into this fictional tale to make the reader feel a connection to the story. Conspiracies run rampant through the story line. Every terrorist action has an underlying purpose tied to the KGB's ultimate goal.

The story is believable and kept my attention from start to finish.

2 comments:

Brady Steffl said...

At first, I thought you were referring to the Song of Fire and Ice series. I'm three books in, and every other word seems to be usurper.

This looks like a good read, and if it kept your interest the whole way, that's better than I can say for my attempt at the expansive George RR Martin story.

Brady
Behind Bars - Motorcycles and Life

Cliff Ball said...

Hey thanks for the positive review. I appreciate it.

Do you think you could post it on Amazon?

Cliff Ball